نتایج جستجو برای: liver

تعداد نتایج: 325691  

Journal: :The Journal of clinical investigation 2012
Laurie D DeLeve,

Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells (LSECs) have long been noted to contribute to liver regeneration after liver injury. In normal liver, the major cellular source of HGF is the hepatic stellate cell, but after liver injury, HGF expression has been thought to increase markedly in proliferating LSECs. However, emerging data suggest that even after injury, LSEC expression of HGF does not increase ...

Journal: :Surgical endoscopy 2003
Xiu-Jun Cai, Hai Huang, Hong Yu, Xiao Liang, Di-Yu Huang, Xue-Yong Zheng, Bo Shen, Li-Bo Li, Shu-You Peng,

OBJECTIVE To assess the feasibility, safety, and outcome of laparoscopic liver resection for benign liver tumors. METHODS Fourteen patients with benign liver tumors, including 11 cases of hepatic hemangioma, 1 case of hepatic focal nodular hyperplasia, 1 case of hepatic granulomatous inflammation, and 1 case of liver cyst with hyaline degeneration and calcification underwent laparoscopic live...

Journal: :Transplantation proceedings 1993
J McCauley, M Gaynord, M Hrinya, T E Starzl,

Journal: :Journal of perinatal medicine 1979
G Scholtes,

Liver diseases during pregnancy comprise an important area of common interest for both perinatologists and internists. On the basis of my own practical experiences and from an extensive review of the literature which by necessity includes the presentation of at times contrasting views of unsatisfactorily resolved Problems, I am attempting to give a review of the current knowledge. In liver dise...

Journal: :The Journal of Experimental Medicine 1942
L. L. Miller, G. H. Whipple,

Protein-depleted dogs are very susceptible to injurious agents-in particular, chloroform. Methionine given shortly before chloroform anesthesia will give complete protection against chloroform. Methionine (or cysteine plus choline) given 3 or 4 hours after chloroform anesthesia will give significant protection against the liver injury of chloroform anesthesia. Methionine given more than 4 hours...

2015
Yiwei Zong, Joshua R. Friedman, Frederick J. Suchy, Ronald J. Sokol, William F. Balistreri,

Introduction Liver development requires two linked processes: differentiation of the various hepatic cell types from their embryonic progenitors and the arrangement of those cells into structures that permit the distinctive circulatory, metabolic, and excretory functions of the liver. Primarily through the use of rodent, fish, and frog model systems, many essential regulators of liver developme...

Journal: :Liver transplantation and surgery : official publication of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society 1996
K Swenson, P Seu, M Kinkhabwala, M Maggard, P Martin, J Goss, R Busuttil,

Polycystic liver disease, commonly associated with polycystic kidney disease, can result in massive hepatomegaly and debilitating symptoms. Surgical intervention for symptomatic polycystic liver disease has been associated with significant morbidity and inconsistent long-term palliation; it is more appropriate in patients with a single dominant cyst or cysts which is/are confined to one lobe. A...

2007
J Belghiti, D Sommacale, F Dondero, F Zinzindohoue, A Sauvanet, F Durand,

Background In patients with acute liver failure (ALF) who fulfil criteria, liver transplantation is the only effective treatment which can substitute metabolic and excretory function of the liver. Auxiliary liver transplantation was developed because a significant minority of patients with ALF who fulfil transplant criteria can have a complete morphological and functional recovery of their live...

M Nematy, SS Khayyatzadeh Manshadi,

Introduction: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has become the most common cause of liver disease worldwide. It has been suggested that dietary composition plays a role in NAFLD pathogenesis; thus, changing dietary patterns may constitute a therapeutic resource even in the absence of weight reduction. The aim of this study was to identify the characteristic of suitable dietary pattern i...

Ahongshangbam Meina Singh, Alpana Banerjee, Durlav Chandra Sharma, Moirangthem Kulachandra Singh, Rajesh Singh Laishram,

Background and Objectives: Nodular lesions of liver are usually neoplastic (primary or metastatic), although inflammatory lesions can occur. The objectives of this paper were to study the cytomorphological changes in various nodular lesions of liver and to correlate the cytomorphological findings with biochemical parameters especially serum alpha-fetoprotein. Materials & Methods:  A cross-sect...

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